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Newest Mac Eyeshadows

It goes without saying that I've definitely treated myself this week, these eyes shadows included. I'm actually so pleased with them both for different reasons! I picked up the infamous "all that glitters" and "charcoal brown". It may sound strange, but I haven't used all that glitters all over my eye lid much this week, but more in the crease, with Clinique - Daybreak (a light cream shimmer) all over the lid. I can't even begin to explain how in love I am with this combination! After some very poor customer service and advice from one MUA at mac I went against their recommendation and bought charcoal brown for my eye brows. It matches perfectly! As I thought it would in the first place. It's a lovey medium brown, with less warmth to it that others I've tried and I think it will be a keeper :)

These two purchases also meant that I filled my Mac quad! I'm so happy as it finally looks complete and I actually use all of them! I have to say though I pretty much have everything on my wishlist from Mac for the moment, so there will definitely be some more variation in my make up purchases coming up.

Oh and it's payday tomorrow for me, so hopefully there will be some more interesting/regular posting over the next week or so!

Suzie xo
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  1. Such a great selection of colours, I also wanted to build up my own mac pallet, might start the same one as yours. xx

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  2. I love All That Glitters and use it in the crease too - gorgeous! Gah the muas at MAC are very hit and miss.. sadly most of the time they seem to be very patronising towards me :/ X

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  3. I love these colours! My two favourites of my own are Wedge and Carbonize, which are quite similar to the idea you use: I use them both in the crease one on top of the other and it looks fab! I need to collect more shades so I can fill a small palette like this :)
    Xxx

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